After the most successful Asian-Oceanian Chapter meeting a month ago (thanks again to Nortina and her team) we are in the process of transferring 62 lectures to the IFCN website for elective offline viewing most likely until the ICCN 2022 in September next year. The same will apply for the lectures of the virtual brain stimulation meeting last November 2020. Meanwhile the ICCN 2022 in Geneva is planned with great enthusiasm by Margitta Seeck. The deadline to submit proposals for scientific and educational sessionshas been extended, and the last day to submit is Monday, March 15.
The deadline for the 2021 fellowships ends March 31, 2021, see the IFCN website for more information on how to apply.
The editor’s choice of the month is Clinical Neurophysiology Volume 132, Issue 03: C Fried PJ, Santarnecchi E, Antal A, Bartres-Faz D, Bestmann S, Carpenter LL, Celnik P, Edwards D, Farzan F, Fecteau S, George MS, He B, Kim YH, Leocani L, Lisanby SH, Loo C, Luber B, Nitsche MA, Paulus W, Rossi S, Rossini PM, Rothwell J, Sack AT, Thut G, Ugawa Y, Ziemann U, Hallett M, Pascual-Leone A (2020) Training in the practice of noninvasive brain stimulation: Recommendations from an IFCN committee. This paper coordinated by Drs. Fried and Pascual-Leone will guide young researchers in the area of non-invasive brain stimulation. Hopefully, it will contribute to more robust and less variable results in this important area of neuromodulation both in research and clinical applications.
Please also note the next Masterclass by IFCN lecture given by Dr. Mark Hallett this Saturday March 6 at 3 CET on “Evaluation of Tremor” with as always free registration.